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6 Secrets Behind Great People’s Invincible Confidence

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6 Secrets Behind Great People’s Invincible Confidence

Want to learn how great people build unshakable confidence? If this is what you are looking for, this is the right article for you.

Having strong confidence is one of the fundamental steps to achieving outstanding success. Without confidence, you will never produce the great results you want. And here are 6 secrets how great people build powerful confidence:

1. They Believe in Themselves

Successful people always trust themselves. They believe they can do it and they are right. Even when things get out of hand, they trust in their ability that they can turn it around.

You have to remember this all the time: You are special and you are unique. There is only one you in this universe. Nobody can talk like you do, breathe like you and think like you.

You have your own unique ability to create the success you want. When you truly believe in yourself, you will have the inner confidence within you. It is more important to think and learn about what you want to create in the future instead of spending time thinking about what others are thinking about you.

There are no two similar fingerprints in this world. You are who you are and when you tap into your personal potential, nothing can stop you. So believe in yourself that you are capable to do it.

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2. They Dress like Professionals

Great people always dress professionally because they know the first impression gives the most impact and leaving a good first impression makes the battle half won. This is especially true if you are in the service line or in the sales industry in which you have to meet with a lot of strangers.

Can you imagine if someone approaches you, wearing a slipper, a short pant and trying to sell you jewelry, would you believe the jewelry he sells is original?

When you dress like a professional, you will feel more confidence. You will feel people are impressed by the way you look and they tend to listen to you. It is said you will feel more powerful in the way you talk, walk and the way you do things.

If you dress like a professional, it can improve your confidence level, it is always worth it to buy yourself some great clothes.

3. They Always Give Back

Why do you think rich and successful people donate and help others? It is because they are confident and they are grateful with what they have. Bill Gates and Warren Buffett are two of the richest men in the world, and they also donate the most money to the charity.

When you donate and contribute to the society, you feel you have more than enough. You will think from the abundant mindset instead of the insufficient frame of mind. When you have more than enough, it is when you will feel confident in giving to others.

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This is why donating and giving back to the society can boost your internal confidence. When you give back, you know you are making the world a better place.

You don’t have to start from donating money; a small act of kindness can brighten up your day and make you feel good.

Just start small and always be ready to serve. It is said the secret in living is in giving.

4. They Fake It Till They Make It

I have read and seen this over and over again, how do people transform from rags to riches? They fake it until they make it. Your mind cannot differentiate between what is real and what is fake. As long as you program it, your mind will follow through and believe you have what it takes.

Just like if you consistently think you are lousy and useless, over the long term, you will become what you think about. Conversely, if you think you are capable to do it and you have the ability, your mind will eventually find a way to do it. This is one of the most powerful tools you can use to build strong confidence within you.

Talk faster, walk with confidence, sit straight and act like you are a successful person. You will become what you think about most of the time.

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5. They Compliment Others

This is another easy-to-implement technique, but many people do not do it. Compliments are free to give and you don’t have to wait until people do something perfectly to compliment them.

Think about it, when you go into the office, and the first thing you get is a colleague’s compliment on your dress or your new hairstyle, how would you feel? Your day will be smooth and you will feel great about it. This is what you need to do as well.

When you compliment others, you will feel great. When you compliment others, you tend to see things from the positive side instead of the negative side. It somehow makes you feel good because you see good things in people and in your surroundings, which makes you feel more worthy of the same.

Therefore, from now on, try to compliment others. Remember, don’t do it for the sake of it. You do it because you really think so and you want to praise others from the bottom of your heart. If your praise is fake, people can sense it and it will backfire.

To learn more about how to compliment others, read 6 Tricks to Giving A Good Compliment.

6. They Always Prepare Themselves to Face Fears

What do great people do that make them successful as opposed to those living an ordinary life? They are always preparing for their future and they dare to face their fears.

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Successful people envision their future. They imagine how they are going through their day and how they are going to close the big sale tomorrow. They visualize how their life is going to be and how they want to live their life. They are always ready for it. This is why they are so confident with what they do, because they are ready for it.

In order to venture into the new world, you must dare to lose sight of the shore. Great people are always ready to venture into something new. They dare to change and more importantly, they dare to face their fears.

You have to face it, everyone is afraid of something. Most people are afraid to lose their job because they have a high commitment. Well, successful people think the same, but they dare to face their fear. They know very well if they do not face their fears, they will never change and they will never get what they envision.

These are the 6 secrets how great people build powerful confidence within. Learn these secrets and apply them into your life, right now.

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Last Updated on January 13, 2022

15 Best Places for Expats to Live (And Why)

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15 Best Places for Expats to Live (And Why)

Many of us dream of living abroad but can often be scared to make such a big change to our routine lifestyles and leave our home countries behind. Daunting as it may be, living abroad can be a rewarding and fulfilling endeavor and can give you the quality of life you have been looking for.

From a warmer climate to a more easy going way of life, there are many foreign countries favored by expats who stay for a long time – and sometimes forever. Taking into consideration livings standards, opportunities and social aspects, here are our top 15 best places to live as an expat and why.

1. Thailand

A hot spot for expats, the ‘land of smiles’ as it’s commonly known offers expats a tropical climate, a huge array of sandy beaches and islands to explore, and a rich culture. The cost of living in Thailand is extremely low, and when combined with the friendly tax system means that disposable income can be very high.

Bangkok, Thailand’s capital city, offers expats great employment opportunities.

2. Switzerland

Another popular destination for expats, Switzerland offers exciting employment packages and a high standard of living. It’s great for those who love the outdoors, as there are many beautiful lakes, mountains to hike in and skiing in the winter. The school standards for expats are also excellent, making it appealing for those with children. English is also widely spoken so day-to-day living can be stress free.

Unemployment in Switzerland is low and expats moving here don’t need to worry too much about finding a job before they arrive.

3. Australia

Many foreigners who visit Australia don’t want to leave as it offers a great quality of life, beautiful beaches and a warm climate. Making friends in Australia is easy too, due to the lack of language barrier and the large number of expats who already live here. Australia is a great place to move to if you have children because of its wide range of schooling possibilities and recreational outdoor activities.

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Low population levels and high quality of life are two of the main reasons expats choose Australia as a place to live.

4. Singapore

Expats in Singapore can benefit from generous financial packages, great career opportunities and low tax rates. Although education is expensive here, it is rated one of the top places for raising children abroad due to the quality of the education system and the array of schools.

Public transport such as buses and MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) are cheap and very reliable in Singapore.

5. South Korea

South Korea offers expats a unique range of opportunities and a very different way of living. Jobs for expats are easy to find and usually very well paid, with apartments provided by the employer on the most part making living costs even lower. There are also many tight-knit expat communities in South Korea, making it easy to socialize and meet new friends. The excellent education system is also a pro for families wanting to move to this culture-rich country.

South Korea has a cheap public healthcare system and offers great medical care, with most doctors speaking English.

6. New Zealand

New Zealand is constantly on the lookout for skilled workers to expedite to the country – especially those under the age of 30 – and skilled migrants can be granted a stay for up to five years. It offers a good climate and although income levels can be lower than other countries, quality of life is high, with its awe-inspiring scenery, low crime rate and state sponsored healthcare.

New Zealand is great for those looking for a laid back and active outdoors lifestyle.

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7. Canada

Its national healthcare system, friendly locals and very high quality of life are just a few of the reason expats choose Canada as a place to live. It’s very welcoming to expats and skills shortages encourage foreigners to move here in order for the country to grow economically. It’s easy for expats to feel comfortable quickly in Canada due to its multicultural environment.

Canada was largely unaffected by the economic crisis, making it a very popular country for expats.

8. Qatar

Qatar is becoming increasingly popular among expats with an estimated 500 new arrivals every day. The salaries are generous and are tax free too, making disposable income very high. Car and housing allowances are part of many remuneration packages, and education for your children and airfares are often included.

The cost of living is lower in Qatar than in other UAE countries but salaries can still be just as generous.

9. Hong Kong

Where east truly meets the west, this bustling island has a population of over seven million people. If you’re looking for a fast-paced environment and an active nightlife, Hong Kong is definitely the place to be. Benefits for expats include its advanced healthcare system and elevated standards of schooling for children, along with great employment opportunities. The cost of living in Hong Kong can be high, so trying to negotiate a housing allowance with your employer can be beneficial.

Hong Kong is great for those looking for high incomes and career advancement.

10. Japan

As an expat destination, Japan offers a rich culture and a chance to experience a very different day-to-day life. Currently around two million expats live in Japan, and in the larger cities such as Tokyo a large portion of the population speaks English. English speakers are also in demand and there are a large number of opportunities for language teachers, especially in the capital.

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Japan offers a high standard of living for expats and a good education system for those with children.

11. Spain

Spain is a very popular destination for expats due to the high temperatures and year-round sunshine. EU residents don’t require a visa to work here, meaning the move can be a lot easier. Skilled foreign workers also continue to be in demand with jobs such as engineering, customer service, skilled trades and language teachers widely available.

A huge 14% of Spain’s population are expats from a variety of foreign countries.

12. Dubai

Two of the main attractions of moving to Dubai are the tax-free salaries and the warm climate. Some of the most popular jobs for expats are in construction, banking, oil and tourism. You can also enjoy a busy social life in Dubai as the expat community is thriving. Although it can be an expensive country, the tax-free salary means you experience a higher quality of life than in other countries.

You will need a work permit, residence visa and an Emirates ID card to live in Dubai as an expat.

13. Germany

Germany is one of Europe’s most populous countries, with around 82.4 million people. It’s a lively and inexpensive country to live in as an expat, and if you have children the education system is great and healthcare is to a high standard. An estimated 250,000 expats live in Germany currently, with the numbers rising every year.

If you are already an EU citizen, you don’t need a visa to live and work in Germany.

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14. The Netherlands

The Netherlands is a great place for expats who love the outdoors. Cycling is one of the main modes of transport and looking after the environment is widely recognized. There are a lot of English speakers in the Netherlands too, but learning the language can work to your advantage and make day-to-day life that little bit easier. Skilled expats can also benefit from a tax-free allowance equivalent to 30% if they meet the correct criteria.

It is often more important to be able to speak fluent English than to speak Dutch when looking for employment in the Netherlands.

15. China

China offers expats great employment opportunities with little competition. Those who embrace the culture and decide they want to live in China long term can see a host of employment opportunities as its economy is growing rapidly every year. Economists predict it will overtake the US as the world’s largest economy by 2018. China also offer expats low living costs and high disposable incomes, which is why many look to live here for a higher quality of life.

Shanghai and Beijing are the most popular destinations for expats who live in China.

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